The Center for Future Educators at The College of New Jersey offers the Tomorrow’s Teachers Training for high school instructors to teach an elective course targeted for juniors and seniors who aspire to become future teachers.
Tomorrow’s Teachers is an innovative course designed to attract talented young people who possess exemplary interpersonal and leadership skills to consider a career in teaching. The program seeks to provide high school students insight into the nature of teaching, the problems of schooling, and the critical issues affecting the quality of education in America’s schools. As such, the program also provides inspires these aspiring future teachers to also become community leaders with insights about teachers and schools that will enable them to be advocates of education.
Kean University, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rider University, and Stockton University offer eligibility to receive college credits to students who successfully complete their high school’s Tomorrow’s Teachers course. This is a great opportunity that not only allows students to explore the teaching profession, but begin their college careers with three credits already completed at any of these three nationally accredited institutions.
Get our current Tomorrow’s Teachers Fact Sheet for more information, and to learn more about college credit opportunities, visit these links: